Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Electrical Distributor Explore the Green Market

The National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) has announced a major new initiative to position their members as a viable source for "Green Stuff". There will be competition...
Electrical Distributors made a similar play with data-com related products in the mid-90's with a large degree of success.


July 29, 2008 -- Jerry Yudelson today announced the beginning of a major new research study, "Energy Efficiency and Green Building Business Opportunities," for the St. Louis, Missouri-based National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) Education & Research Foundation.

Green Building Consultant, Jerry Yudelson, "Green building and energy efficiency markets are growing by leaps and bounds, more than 50 percent per year. We're taking a long look at the potential for major new technologies and new business opportunities in the electrical equipment side of the green building industry." Citing industry statistics that show nearly 75 percent of all electricity produced in the U.S. goes into residential and commercial buildings, Yudelson said, "Marketing innovations in this industry are critical to reaching our goals of reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from buildings."

Ed Orlet, research director of the NAED Education & Research Foundation, said, "We know that this study will allow us to help our members find profitable new business opportunities in the rapidly growing green building industry. Yudelson Associates will come up with a broad-based industry analysis and a profile of the most immediate market opportunities for the electrical distributor." We hope to outline not only the market growth and profitable openings for electrical distributors, but also the best practices in responding to them Helvetica, sans-serif; TEXT-DECORATION: none" href="http://www.greenbuildconsult.com/" alt="Link to website">.

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